The Kindle app simply received an incredible makeover.
Amazon on Tuesday unveiled a total overhaul of the app, which enables reading ebooks and magazines on any machine — including iPhones, iPads, Android phones, and even PCs.
Probably the greatest change to the app is its new streamlined look. It has a cleaner, more straightforward-to-use design and two distinctive color themes — easy and darkish.
Amazon also added its Goodreads social community into the iOS app, which lets clients join with people who share the same style in books. Amazon bought Goodreads in 2013.
Some other new elements consist of:
- Amazon’s “x-ray” feature, which means that you can discover more about a character in an ebook, a place, or a subject with one tap
- The potential to customize the typeface, screen color, and font height in a book
- A developed-in dictionary that can outline a word with one tap
The new app has one catch, you cannot buy books or magazines at once through the Kindle App on iOS devices. You will need to buy it during the Amazon website and send it to your iPhone or iPad.
The Kindle app is free to download on the Apple App Store, Google Play, and for Macs and PCs.